VillaThission Provides a luxurious setting from which to enjoy stunning panoramic sea views.
Villa Thission is a wonderful family villa with lots of luxurious private space and amazing panoramic sea views. The rooms in the villa are sunny and cool with white walls, tiled floors and simple and stylish furniture.
Villa Thission's long lounge with full-height glass patio doors open out onto the pool-terrace. The lounge is equipped with sofas, large flat-screen TV, home cinema, Wii & PC, and colour printer.
The dining-kitchen area has lots of workspace and storage and is fitted out with new appliances.
There are four lovely bedrooms - 2 double and 2 twin - and four accompanying bathrooms (en-suite for the double bedrooms). The two double bedrooms open out onto the pool-terrace which has amazing panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and hillsides.
The garden and pool encompass the villa - a wonderfully relaxing and private space with a solar heated infinity-pool.
Why Cyprus: Cyprus is an extremely popular holiday destination, thanks to its warm climate, sandy beaches, hospitable people, delicious Mediterranean cuisine, and its friendly environment. Cyprus attracts over 2.4 million tourists per year. Cyprus is the island where history was made, where kings have fought and ruled, where Greek Gods have lived and loved and where legends were born.
Cyprus is a place where people have the ability for making visitors feel at home. It is a comfortable and stress-free place to reside cause of its pollution free environment and low crime rate.
Paphos - a holiday for all seasons: Paphos is one of six districts within the island of Cyprus. Situated on the Western side of the island it has managed to retain its traditional heritage through protecting and conserving UNESCO nominated the district a world heritage site, claiming the area is of outstanding universal importance yet cleverly it has managed to embrace the tourism Industry. Paphos is an expanding resort with diverse offerings to suit every type of holidaymaker.The coastline boasts some of the finest sandy beaches and water sport facilities, travel further inland and landscapes rise into the hills covered in the islands rich and diverse flora and fauna which leads up to its mountainous region. Paphos is increasingly popular because it suits every type of holidaymaker. Sun lovers, nature enthusiasts, hikers, cyclists and golfers and during the winter months skiers in the Troodos Mountains. The area is also a popular choice for locals who travel down to the coast for the fresher Paphos climate.
Coral Bay & Ayrios Georgios Fishing Harbour: Coral Bay is one of the most famous sandy beaches and restaurant areas in the Paphos region which is situated on the perimeter of the beautiful Akamas peninsula. Coral Bay has a wealth of restaurants, shops and water sports. Tavernas, restaurants and bars serve fresh fish and typical Cypriot dishes called 'meze', souvla and kleftiko. Water sports include jet-skis, paragliding and many more. There are also many nearby bars, banks, supermarkets and souvenir shops to choose from. The beach has attained the coveted Blue Flag award for its cleanliness.
Ayrios Georgios, is only a 5 minute drive from Villa Thission. This picturesque fishing harbour is one of the island's best places to enjoy a seaside holiday. The fantastic sandy beach is popular with sunbathers and leads into a gloriously warm, clear sea. You can enjoy all sorts of seaside pastimes including snorkelling, safe bathing and even scuba diving.
Peyia is situated approximately 15km away from Paphos Town and 3km away from Coral Bay. Peyia is a traditional Cypriot village set in the hills behind the popular Coral Bay and is only a 5 minute drive from the best beach and resort on the island - Coral Bay.
Peyia has many of its own amenities with bakery, supermarkets, butchers, video store, take-a way, banks, tavernas, bars and restaurants and other interesting shops. The village square includes picturesque fountains and a historic church and plenty of seating areas, to sit and watch the world go by.
Peyia offers easy access to the Akamas peninsula just 15 min away, with its spectacular landscapes, deserted sandy beaches and conservation projects. Although this village offers restaurants and bars, it can be described as a ‘typical village in the hills'.
Nearby activities: golf, go-kart, water parks, water sports, diving, boating, Jeep safaris, fishing, horse riding, cycling and hiking.
Golf: Cyprus boasts 3 championship golf courses, all near Paphos, of which the new Aphrodite Hills course must surely be the star resort. Tsada Golf Club -Founded in 1994 on the hills of Tsada, set on the grounds of 12th century monastery, in a verdant valley. Created by Donald Steel, it plays to a par 72 and measures 6060 meters. Situated on the outskirts of Pafos, the altitude of 550 meters above sea level ensures cool breezes during the summer months. Secret Valley Golf Club -The Secret Valley Golf Course, is a highly prestigious golf course located by the renowned area of 'Petra tou Romiou', the legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, the Goddess of love. It is set in a scenic valley surrounded by mature trees and beautiful natural rock formations. Consistently appearing as the preferred course amongst the island's visiting players in terms of sheer playability and enjoyment. Aphrodite Hills Golf Club - Award-winning five-star integrated golf, leisure and real estate development - the first of its type in Cyprus. Aphrodite Hills Golf Club has been designed by the world-renowned Cabell Robinson. The course has been carved out of a forest of carob and olive trees on two high plateaus divided by a ravine and overlooking the legendary sea-birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite. The course is 6,665 metres long and is a par 71 with a double ended practice range.
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